[Question] Charity to help people get US stimulus payments?

It seems like once the big coro­n­avirus bill passes, the stim­u­lus pay­ments might re­sult in an in­ter­est­ing one-time op­por­tu­nity for effec­tive al­tru­ism. Ap­par­ently, any­one who didn’t file a tax re­turn last year would need to file a re­turn to get the money. A char­ity that helps peo­ple file might be a highly lev­er­aged op­por­tu­nity for fi­nan­cial help? For ex­am­ple, if you can spend $60 to help some­one get a $1200 check then that’s pretty good lev­er­age.

This seems similar to what mRelief does, but prob­a­bly a bet­ter fit for tax pre­par­ers. Does any­one know any­thing?

(On the other hand, I sup­pose any tax pre­parer could do this for profit? Hmm.)

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